Majora's Mask, the second 3D Zelda game, did things a bit... differently. It broke all the rules. Masks that let you change shape, four dungeons instead of eight, but most importantly, the repeating 3-day cycle.
Released in 2000 for the N64, and originally named Zelda Gaiden, Majora's Mask is a direct sequel to Ocarina of Time. It's pretty much the only clear part about the zelda timeline (also please don't talk about the zelda timeline, it's really confusing). It was also one of maybe three games that required the expansion pak for the N64 in order to work.
My co commentator, TheTatteredKing, has never finished this game, so you'll get to experience a fresh pair of eyes being brought to this game. However, this is one of my favorites, and honestly I think it's the one video game from my childhood that I know the most about.
Original Archived Let's Play available at the Let's Play Archive